Tuesday, February 12, 2019

‘Non Sequitur’ comic strip hides Trump profanity

From The Philadelphia Inquirer.


The Butler Eagle, a Pennsylvania newspaper, has dropped cartoonist Wiley Miller's comic strip Non Sequitur over a profane message about President Donald Trump drawn into one of its panels.

Saturday, February 9, 2019

Tomi Ungerer dies at 87

From Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace.


Strasbourg author, illustrator and illustrator Tomi Ungerer died on Friday night in Cork, Ireland, at the home of his daughter Aria. He was found in the morning at 9:00 in bed.

The artist was 87 years old and leaves behind a huge work of which a museum in Strasbourg ensures the radiation.

Friday, February 8, 2019

The PEI Guardian adds de Adder and MacKinnon to its pages

From the PEI Guardian.


The (PEI) Guardian is adding two of Canada’s top cartoonists and their opinionated snapshots, from lighthearted to biting offerings, to its editorial pages.

Beginning today, Michael de Adder and Bruce MacKinnon will take turns creating a cartoon for the newspaper’s Monday to Friday newspapers.

Sunday, February 3, 2019

The ABCs of Style: A Graffiti Alphabet


Filled with 26 colorful marker drawings contributed by some of graffiti art's ultimate style masters, The ABCs of Style is part children's book, part adult art primer, tracking the evolution of graffiti letterforms.  

Monday, January 28, 2019

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Pulitzer-Winning Cartoonist Among Laid Off at Arizona Republic

From The Phoenix New Times.


The Arizona Republic laid off two staffers on Wednesday as part of a national cost-cutting effort by Gannett, the paper's parent company, according sources in the newsroom.

Newsroom sources say the two editorial employees laid off today were Steve Benson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist, and Matthew Crowley, a digital desk editor.